[HISTORY: Adopted by the Common Council of the City of Glens Falls as Ch. 21 of the 1967 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Taxation — See Ch. 196.
A Board of Tax Arrears for the City of Glens Falls, to consist of three officials of such city to be chosen by the Common Council thereof, is hereby established pursuant to the provisions of § 96-b of the Tax Law of State of New York, as amended.
Editor's Note: Former § 96-b of the Tax Law was repealed by Chapter 960 of the Laws of 1958.
The terms of the members of such Board shall terminate with the end of the respective term of office of such members; vacancies by reason of end of term of office or otherwise shall be filled by the Common Council for terms ending as above provided.
Such Board of Tax Arrears is instituted for the purpose of examining and considering the status of tax sales certificates of real property, acquired by the city at sales for unpaid taxes, and of real property, the deeds for which have been acquired by the city following sales for unpaid taxes; and to consider and provide for the disposition or sale of such certificates and real property; and, therein, shall have and exercise the powers and duties specified and set forth in § 96-b of the Tax Law of the State of New York, as amended.
Editor's Note: Former § 96-b of the Tax Law was repealed by Chapter 980 of the laws of 1958.